Category Archives: Perfectionism


Please imagine Carol Burnett saying that… I’ve avoided stopping by my own blog due to blog shame. I haven’t posted in months…going on almost a year. I am not sure what my role in teacher blog land is – and … Continue reading

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How Procrastinating Can Help You Sew More…

Yes, it’s been a while. How many times have I said that in this little blog?¬†Um, let’s leave it at several. I have struggled with a focus for what I should write about – there are lots of bloggers out … Continue reading

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Intentions. Where DO they lead to?

The road to hell is paved with good intentions. I wouldn’t say I was necessarily in hell…rather a state of extreme action (imaginary) and inaction (reality). Yes, it has been almost 4 weeks since my last entry – that is … Continue reading

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Woke up at 3 a.m. today – wondering what in the heck I was going to do for the next post. You see, I suffer from self-imposed perfectionism, the kind that paralyzes intentions and provides substantial rationale for procrastination and … Continue reading

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